"It's the right approach. Schwartz has extensive experience as a coordinator and head coach, while Pettine is a riser in the NFL coaching ranks, having recently been hired to lead the Browns. They're both talented defensive minds and better than the alternative, which would have been to promote from within or to poach an up-and-coming position coach from another team. " Do you agree that hiring coordinators that might leave in a year is a good thing, Bills fans?
Scott Chandler takes pay cut to rejoin Buffalo Bills - ESPN
"According to documents filed with the NFLPA, Chandler's new two-year deal with the Bills is worth an average of $2.375 million per season with $1.2 million in guaranteed money. That's less than Chandler's previous deal."
Chandler contract on par with Bills' TE insecurities - AFC East Daily
"With the re-signing of Mike Caussin, coupled with the continued presence of Tony Moeaki on the roster, it looks like Buffalo is unsure just how their tight end game plan is going to pan out. Their deal with Chandler seems to be right in line with their skepticism."
Report: Buffalo Bills could host WR Kenny Britt - ESPN
"Britt is among the more notable names remaining on the market, although he has faced knee injuries as well as off-field troubles in five seasons with the Tennessee Titans."
Enshrinement " Nice "Reed" on Canton - Pro Football Hall of Fame
"The Bills all-time leading receiver documented his entire trip by shooting video with his phone. He also made sure to stop and admire his former teammates’ busts and artifacts before embarking on meetings with Hall of Fame staff."
The 6-10 syndrome | National Football Post
This author really doesn't like punting inside opposing teams' territory. He writes the Bills are stuck in a loop of mediocrity.